Yellow/Golden Collared Macaw Personality


The yellow collard macaw is green; photos and pictures of this bird show the distinctive band around its neck. A yellow collar macaw is an exotic bird; you can only buy the chicks from a specialized breeder.

A yellow collared macaw is kept in an aviary; even chicks are kept in these types of cages. The body of these birds is green; the flights and upper tail are blue; the bottom of the tail is wine colored. Males and females look the same, so they are undeterminable by appearance. These parrots are rather intelligent and can be taught several words.

The other name of these parrots is Golden collared. These parrots are small in size, compared to other species; they are up to 15 inches in body length including the tail and up to 250 grams in weight. 

These birds are the second largest among their relatives; they weigh 250-280 grams and are about 17 inches in length. This species is characterized by a golden ring around the neck, which increases in size and brightness with age. A yellow collared macaw is kept in an aviary; even chicks are kept in these types of cages.

The yellow collared mini macaw is carried by an exotic bird breeder; pictures highlight their multi-colored plumage. In the wild, these birds live in flocks of 10-20 individuals and feed in large flocks of up to 500 birds. Parrots of this species are smaller than most others in the genus Ara; they measure only about 15 inches in body length, including the tail, and weigh up to 350 grams.

The plumage of these birds is mostly green and iridescent, with many bands and spots of other colors splashed all over the body. What makes it so spectacular are all the other colors splashed on the body: they have a yellow band around the neck; wing covets are bright blue; the under wings are olive yellow; the tail is light maroon. The miniature macaw is kept in aviaries for viewing; a picture will testify to the rainbow-like plumage. These birds are very popular as pets due to their small size and communicative nature. They are not good talkers, but can be trained to mimic some words. 

A yellow collar macaw is an exotic bird; you can buy the chicks from a specialized breeder. They are often difficult to handle and form close bonds with only one member of the family. The diet of these parrots consists of fruits, nectar, seeds and nuts, so it is rather difficult and expensive to provide the right diet for the birds. 

Birds of this breed inhabit warm regions of Central and Southern America. They are very bright colored and intelligent, but it is not recommended to keep them as pets. Most birds of this breed are too demanding and noisy.

The yellow collard macaw is green; photos and pictures of this bird show the distinctive band around its neck. The plumage of these birds is mostly green and iridescent, with many other colors splashed all over the body. These birds are very popular as pets due to their small size and communicative nature. If left alone, these parrots may become too noisy.

Parrots of this species are smaller than most others; they measure only about 15 inches in body length, including the tail and weigh up to 350 grams. In the wild, these birds live in flocks of 10-20 individuals and feed in large flocks of up to 500 birds. The yellow collared mini macaw is carried by an exotic bird breeder; pictures highlight their multi-colored plumage.

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